Privacy Policy/Cookies

This is the Privacy Policy for the website of the Boadwee Law Office (the “Website”) and email from the Boadwee Law Office (“Email”; the Website and Email are the “Resources”). See Contact Us for our contact information.

We collect (a) the names, e-mail and physical addresses and telephone and fax numbers of those who communicate with us via physical mail, email or telephone; (b) information volunteered by users of the Resources and by others who communicate with us; (c) the email header information and email content of those who email us; and (d) aggregate information concerning users of the Resources, such as the number of visitors to the Website. By using any of the Resources or communicating with us, you consent to our collection and use of this information.

The information we collect is used by us to administer the Resources, to contact and communicate with users of the Resources and clients for marketing of legal and related services, and if we are engaged, to provide legal and related services.

If you do not want to receive email from us, please let us know by contacting us in writing at the email or physical address on our Contact Us page.

The Resources may include links, listings and references to, or may utilize, websites and resources that we do not control. Also, as is true of most websites and email, our third-party hosts of the Resources may automatically gather information about users of the Resources (such as visitors to the Website), such as their IP address and referring URLs. We are not responsible for the privacy policies and practices, content, or functionality of such websites and resources. We do not use any ad server company to display ads on the Resources, but third-party websites and resources may contain advertising that we do not control.

We may place and read cookies on your browser with respect to the Website. We would use them to store information, such as your personal preferences, in order to administer the Website and to provide certain features and services of the Website from time to time. Also, third party service providers may place and read cookies on your browser, or use web beacons to collect information in connection with the Resources. A “cookie” is a small file containing a string of characters that is sent to your computer when you visit a website. The cookie is the mechanism for that website to recognize you when you visit it again. Cookies may store user preferences and other information. You can configure your browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent, but cookies may be necessary for some website features or services to function or function properly.

We may share personal and/or aggregate information (a) if we in good faith believe that such action is necessary to comply with any law, regulation or order, such as a subpoena, court order or search warrant; (b) with third party vendors, service providers and others as necessary to operate, maintain and protect the Resources and provide legal and related services and/or for them to provide services to us; and/or (c) in the event all or any relevant portion of the business or assets of the Boadwee Law Office is transferred to, acquired by or merged with any third party.

If our information practices change, we will post the policy changes on the Website. If you are concerned about how your information is used, you should check back at the Website periodically.

Upon written request, we provide users of the Resources and clients with access to the following information that we may maintain about them, subject to applicable law: their contact information (e.g., name, email and physical address, phone number) and a summary of other information (if any) that we may maintain about them. Upon written request, we offer users of the Resources and clients the ability to have inaccuracies corrected in such information, subject to applicable law. Such users and clients can request access or corrections to this information by contacting us in writing at the email or physical address on our Contact Us page. Such records are retained or discarded in accordance with our document retention policy as effective from time to time.

The Resources are hosted in the United States of America and are intended for and directed to users of the Resources and clients in that country. If you are accessing the Resources from the European Union, Asia, or any other jurisdiction with laws or regulations governing personal data collection, use, and disclosure, which differ from United States laws, please be advised that through your use of the Resources, you are transferring your personal information to the United States of America and you consent to that transfer.

Revised: May 18, 2018